6 Ontario Jobs That Will Pay You Up To $36/Hr & You Don't Even Need A High School Diploma

If you're looking for a new Ontario job but don't have tons of experience under your belt, you don't need to settle for minimum wage. 

These amazing positions are up for grabs and don't even require a high school diploma. 

So get your resume ready, because you could be earning up to $36 per hour. 

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Delivery Driver 

Salary: $17/hr

Company: UPS

Who Should Apply: Anyone who has a G driver's licence, loves the road, and doesn't mind doing some heavy lifting can apply for this gig.

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Dog Walker 

Salary: $16-$36/hr

Company: Leash & Paws Inc.

Who Should Apply: If you love spending some quality time with your furry friends, this is the gig for you!

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Delivery Driver

Salary: $20/hr (approximately)

Company: SkipTheDishes

Who Should Apply: Anyone who is all about that hustle and takes great pride in being on time.

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Warehouse Worker

Salary: $16.26/hr

Company: LCBO

Who Should Apply: Anyone who wants to keep the Ontario public stocked with a variety of wines, beers and spirits.

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Delivery Driver

Salary: $22-$27/hr

Company: Amazon Flex

Who Should Apply: Anyone who wants to stop buying Amazon packages and start delivering them.

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Retail Sales Associate 

Salary: $14.00 to $20.04/hr

Company: PUMA

Who Should Apply: Anyone who has experience in retail and loves to talk shoes.

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